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'I can reclaim No.1 this year': Jason Day

'I can reclaim No.1 this year': Jason Day

A defiant Jason Day has declared 2019 the year he can finally reclaim the world No.1 ranking.

  • by Evin Priest

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Tiger Woods knows exactly what he's capable of in 2019
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Tiger Woods knows exactly what he's capable of in 2019

Striding off the tee of the ninth hole of Albany Golf Club ahead of the start of the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas a month ago, Tiger Woods had a hop in his step and a broad smile on his face.

  • by Steve DiMeglio
Tiger Woods returns to winner's circle in a year to remember
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Tiger Woods returns to winner's circle in a year to remember

Tiger Woods is back to take on the next generation of star golfers.

  • by Chris Roots
Ryder Cup captain honours promise, gets victory tattoo on backside
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Ryder Cup captain honours promise, gets victory tattoo on backside

Well before the Ryder Cup got underway, Europe captain Thomas Bjorn made an unusual pledge, which he has now fulfilled.

Golfing young gun lights up Royal Canberra with record-breaking round
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Golfing young gun lights up Royal Canberra with record-breaking round

Tom O'Rourke came back to Canberra for a holiday, but ended up turning heads when he went on a birdie blitz this week for a remarkable round.

  • by Chris Dutton
Lee, Jutanugarn resume LPGA rivalry in Australia

Lee, Jutanugarn resume LPGA rivalry in Australia

The Women's Australian Open golf championship is set to provide an early season showdown between world No.1 Ariya Jutanugarn and Australia's Minjee Lee.

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Australian Papadatos in the hunt at Euro Tour's Alfred Dunhill
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Australian Papadatos in the hunt at Euro Tour's Alfred Dunhill

Australian Dimitrios Papadatos has continued his solid recent form, sitting outright second after the first round of a European Tour event in South Africa.

Woods wants US Presidents Cup stars to skip Australian Open
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Woods wants US Presidents Cup stars to skip Australian Open

Tiger Woods appears to have put the kibosh on any chance of Sydney attracting an all-star field for next year's Australian Open.

  • by Melissa Woods
US driven by Presidents Cup defeat in Melbourne: Woods
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US driven by Presidents Cup defeat in Melbourne: Woods

Tiger Woods makes a flying appearance in Melbourne as he prepares for the 2019 Presidents Cup.

  • by Martin Blake
Woods heads to Australia to promote Presidents Cup

Woods heads to Australia to promote Presidents Cup

Tiger Woods is back in Australia this week promoting next year's Presidents Cup in Melbourne with organisers hoping to lure him to the Australian Open.

  • by Doug Ferguson
Matt Millar earns crack at $10 million pay day
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Matt Millar earns crack at $10 million pay day

Canberra golfer Matt Millar finished equal third at the Australian PGA Championships and second in the Australian order of merit.

  • by Eamonn Tiernan